Spacious and comfortable rooms in the heart of Sentosa
Sentosa Island has long been considered Asia’s favourite playground and is a definite must-see when visiting the country.
There are a total of 14 hotels on Sentosa, ranging from family accommodation to five-star resorts. Most of Singapore’s major attractions and theme parks are located on the island and can be accessed very easily when staying in any of the island’s hotels.
We chose to stay in Mövenpick Heritage Resort because it was one of the more luxurious and affordable hotels on the island. Located close to monorail, bus and cable car transport services, it’s always very easy to walk to theme parks and attractions from the hotel.
The staff at Mövenpick are extremely helpful, kind and polite and are happy to help with any questions you have related to travelling Singapore and Sentosa. There’s a fee to enter Sentosa Island but you’ll be given a free pass upon check-in to avoid paying that fee just once. I recommend staying on the island and exploring it before you venture out to mainland Singapore to avoid paying the entry fee. We spent a couple of nights on Sentosa and a couple in Singapore to make it easier and cheaper to visit attractions.
We stayed in the deluxe room which was very spacious and comfortable. The king sized bed and easily controlled air conditioning made for a very good night’s sleep. The room included all general amenities; a shower, toilet and bath tub, a mini bar fridge, free tea and coffee facilities and a large window with a view of beautiful Sentosa. Room service is also available for a small fee.
For me the winning feature of the hotel was without a doubt its location. I would recommend Mövenpick for anyone looking for five-star comfort in a great location at a more affordable price.
I give Mövenpick Heritage Resort five stars.
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Mövenpick Heritage Resorts
23 Beach View
Sentosa, Singapore 098679